OSU Summer Session

January 2006flower

OSU’s Summer Session – A great venue for many students

It’s not too early to think about your summer plans! Summer Session at OSU provides an enjoyable way to begin, continue or advance your education through a choice of over 900 courses in subjects from every OSU department. Students who attend Summer Session include those wishing to get ahead by taking prerequisites, or students who want to speed up or keep on track for graduation. Working professionals may want to spice up their resume by adding some professional development credentials, and parents can send their kids to OSU for the many educational and fun youth programs offered in the summer.

The flexible Summer Session schedule provides students a choice of either the traditional full term (11-week) format, or a condensed (one- to eight-week) timeframe. And for students who travel during the summer or go back home to work, there are nearly 150 courses offered completely online. Visit http://ecampus.oregonstate.edu.

In addition to the typical indoor courses, Summer Session also offers field programs taught at various locations throughout the state. Examples are the Marine and Environmental Studies program taught at the Hatfield Marine Science Center on the Oregon Coast, and the Wallowa Resources Field Program, a community-based forestry and natural resource management program held on-site in the beautiful Wallowa mountains of northeastern Oregon.

OSU Summer Session also offers free outdoor concerts, movies and other on-campus events you can add to the many outdoor activities that abound in and around Corvallis in the summer.

If you’re new to Summer Session, take our online Summer Orientation Tour and learn about the benefits of taking courses and getting around campus in the summer. Take the tour at: http://summer.oregonstate.edu/orientation.

For more information visit the online course schedule for Summer Session 2006, now available online at http://summer.oregonstate.edu. The printed catalog or Bulletin, will be available on campus or upon request starting March 8, 2006.

Start thinking summer. Registration begins April 17; most summer classes begin June 26. Visit the summer calendar for more information http://summer.oregonstate.edu/calendar.